Glen Canyon Description
Glen Canyon is one of the larger Significant Natural Resource Areas in San Francisco, and it encompasses a wide variety of critical habitats—from grasslands to coastal scrub to creek-side riparian communities.
A very active Friends of Glen Canyon group has worked with the Natural Areas Program for many years. This group is composed largely of “analog” folks who may or may not gravitate to the online tools of the SF Natural Areas web site. You must not underestimate them or their activities based on what you may see of them here!
The Yerba Buena Chapter of the California Native Plant Society rotates through Glen Canyon on a regular basis, and you’re more likely to see evidence of their work here.
Here is the management plan.
Regular Workparty Schedule
- 3rd Saturday of each month from 9:00 to 12:00
Regular Meeting Location
- Glen Cyn -- [Map and Details]
Here are blog posts about the Glen Canyon project — presented 2 at a time in reverse chronological order. Browse to earlier or later posts via the pagination controls below.
CNPS Workday Jan 2008
A distinguished crew from the California Native Plant Society took on some aggressive scrub along the creek:
2009-02-11 18:50:41 -0800, rcbakewell said:
Good photos and thanks for all the help from CNPS